OK, first off, I’d legalize marijuana- if for no other reason than it would keep the populace mellow.
Farming- agriculture would be locally based, with the farmers themselves deciding what to grow- I think they would be smart enough to know what they would need to plant and how much of it to feed and clothe themselves and to sell to the nearby cities, and excess could be exported. Organic methods of fertilization and pest control would be encouraged.
Electrification- again locally based. Hydroelectric, solar, wind power, burning biomass instead of fossil fuels. I would not have a massive nationwide grid- I wouldn’t want to have problems like one big power station goes down and takes out the entire Pacific coast. Individuals would be encouraged to build their own solar or wind powered generators. Annual national contests for inventors to encourage the cheapest, cleanest, and most efficient means of producing power for homes and communities. Local prizes awarded for the householder who created the coolest power generator for his/her own home.
Education- government acedemic education- the three ‘R’s’ provided up until the fourth grade, but by the time they got done, the yunguns would have an education equivalent to probably eighth grade in the U.S. public schools. Vocational and technical training would also be available at government expense. I figure, by not educating them all the way through high school, there would be fewer kids in the school system, so there would be more resources (teachers, money for textbooks and other educational materials) for each individual child. Since agriculture and electricity would be locally based, the cost of food and power would be low enough that a high percentage of the population could afford to send their kids to private school for higher education. For those families who couldn’t afford it, intensive (government approved) home-schooling materials would be available at low cost, and families could form home-schooling coopratives in their local communities, with individual parents teaching subjects that they had expertise in. Whether an individual was qualified to teach a particular subject would be determined by standardized testing. I would also have a very extensive library system, so that bright youngsters could have access to, ye gods, actual books. I think that, given the opportunity, kids and young adults could educate themselves in their fields of interest. (Yeah, I have more faith than most people in the individual human being.) Wanna learn to operate computer software? Tutorials available at the local library. Instead of requiring a degree in most fields, employers would find qualified employees by testing an individual’s knowledge in a particular field, thus self-educated or home-schooled people would be able to find employment in areas that they have a good working knowledge of without having to have a piece of paper that said they sat in a classroom for two or four years.
Industrialization- again, locally based, but the government would pay “start-up” costs for factories in communities where they did not already exist. These factories would be owned and run by people in the local community. No big corporations, please- the wages of the workers would be more than sufficient to cover basic cost of living while the prices of the goods produced would be relatively low, since the company would not be paying multi-million whatever the local currency was salaries to high-level executives and having high overhead due to the costs of purchasing/leasing buildings in far-flung regions. The companies would be free to sell any excess goods produced to whoever they wanted to, foriegn or domestic, once the needs of their own local communities were met. Hell, they could make a killing selling their stuff on the Internet.
Environmental policy- well, with the electrification and industrialization policies I’ve just described, I think the environment would take care of itself, as these policies would tend to be very environmentally friendly.
Forign relations/military- more than adequate for local defense. My imaginary country would not have a policy of military expansion, but, hey, if you want to try to invade, more power to you. My well trained and well equipped military would kick your ass all the way back to your capital, and then we’d take over and install the same benevolent dictatorship in your former country that we have in ours. Every male over the age of sixteen able to bear arms would be considered a member of the country’s militia, with each man taking a turn of service on a rotating basis. Think Switzerland. Women would be included in the military on a volunteer basis. Women of childbearing age and youths under the age of twenty would not be allowed in combat situations. Sexist? Yes. Do I care? No.
Constitution? Dunno, but there would be a formal declaration of basic human rights that the government would have to abide by. Local issues would be determined by democratic vote. National government would be a dictatorship, with a Parliamentary body that would serve in an advisory capacity, with representatives from each province bringing the “petitions of the people” if you will, before the Monarch/Despot/Whatever.
Haven’t thought out the rest of it, but these are the basics.